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Home Government 2016 Election Donald Trump Wins Presidency in Record-Breaking Election

Donald Trump Wins Presidency in Record-Breaking Election

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Donald Trump takes the Presidency in an election that is said to be a record-breaking election with the amount of registered voters that turned out to vote.

Trump broke out in the race with a lead of electoral votes and kept his lead taking major states such as Ohio, Florida, and Texas winning the race in the end with 276 votes after securing Pennsylvania and Wisconsin making him the 45th President of the United States.

Trump reached 276 electoral votes when Clinton placed a call to Trump to concede the election.

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Donald Trump will be the 45th President of the United States
Electorial Vote Results according to Google

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